According to Le Parisien and L’Équipe, PSG may yet return for AS Monaco left-back Layvin Kurzawa depending on the outcome tonight during ASM’s play-off Champions League 2nd leg match against Valencia.
Monaco are 3-1 down on aggregate, but with an away goal. Monaco’s asking price for Kurzawa remains between €25m and €30m, but Les Parisiens believe that ASM will be more open to selling if they fail to attain Champions League football.
Monaco have insisted that there is absolutely no need to sell the player. Elsewhere, PSG have reached a total agreement in principle for the loan of Real Madrid left-back Fabio Coentrao, with an option to buy of €15m.
Kurzawa is however their preferred target, having had bids worth €18m and €20m rejected.